trying to get the best bang for the buck can & OBDll scan tool Deluke $69 vs professional $89
out of the two both seem to have same features but are worded differently also
professional one may have a x-tra feature Deluke has a higher star review.anyone have
prior knowledge on these 2.tired of takeing cars & trucks in for codes & trouble
shooting.Sure could use some help ???
You'll want the one that reads CAN as well as plain OBD II systems. Beginning 2008 CAN has been mandated. Some GMs as early as 2006 use it. It's a faster "language" than older, conventional OBD II scan tools, like mine for example, can read. In the long run you'll be better off. HTH. -Jim
I tend to shy away from the cheap ones, at the minimum get one that has "live data" capabilities, you won't be sorry you spent a little extra.
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